Time for a Sale at Auction?

The winter's Live Auction and Online Auction of Russian art objects was conducted with great succes. One of the highlights of the auction was a painting by the Grand Duchess of Russia Olga Alexandrovna, which achieved a hammer price of DKK 44,000. We are seeing a great demand for works by the Grand Duchess, and the same goes for memorabilia.

A pair of Russian 14k gold and silver cufflinks, St. Petersburg 1908–1917. Sold at the winter's Live Auction for DKK 27,000.

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After completing the highly successful winter auctions, we are currently preparing the next series of auctions with Russian art and antiques that will take place during the spring. As something new, we will be holding an extra auction this February with the year's first Russian Online Auction. 

If you have Russian art and antiques that you are considering selling at auction, you are welcome to contact our specialists. They are standing by to guide you from valuation to auction. You are also welcome to use our online valuation, which is open 24/7. It is completely free and non-binding to get a valuation – simply upload a photograph and description of your items and we will take care of the rest.



The First Online Russian Auction of the Year

We have already consigned a good deal of art objects for the upcoming auction. The lots include a Russian silver butter beak made by Carl Boianovsky, a signed photograph of Tsaritsa Maria Feodorovna of Russia and Queen Alexandra of England as well as a harbour view by the painter Konstantin Vikentievich Dydyshko.

An exceptional Russian gem-set, silver-gilt and shaded cloisonné enamel box. Workmaster Feodor Rückert, assayer Ivan Sergeievich Lebedkin in Moscow 1896–1908. Sold at this winter's Live Auction for DKK 70,000.

For further information, please contact:

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Martin Hans Borg

Martin Hans Borg

Chief Specialist / Russian Art and Antiques / Havnen